by Matt Mumber, MD & Heather Reed. Breathing is the bridge between our external and internal environments. The exhalation is linked to relaxation and the sense of well-being. It’s understood in expressions such as, “breathing a sigh of relief” and “breathing easy.”
by Matt Mumber, MD and Heather Reed. Stress affects us whether it’s considered good or bad, positive or negative. In physics, stress is a force that acts on a specific object and causes deformation or strain. In health and wellness, stress is seen as a force that causes mental, emotional, physical, or spiritual strain.
by Jonty Heaversedge and Ed Halliwell. People whose “drug of choice” is food have a tendency to cope with stress by over-eating, often bingeing on foods. Unlike drugs or alcohol, it isn’t possible to steer clear of temptation — we all need to eat, several times a day. People who are drawn to binge have to find a way to face their triggers, without succumbing to habitual patterns.
by Debra Lynn Dadd. The following are some tried-and-true methods for removing toxic chemicals from your body, which will help relieve your body's toxic burden...
by Gloria Gilbere.
Enzymes are essential for proper functioning of our body. They are found in all living plant and animal matter. Their primary job is to maintain balanced body functions, digest food, and aid in the repair of tissue. What types of enzymes do you need? Choosing the...
by Jon Gordon, M.A. You don't have to be a scientist to know that energy is all around us and inside us. In fact, when we get down to it, energy is all that exists. In high school science class we learned that energy is never created nor destroyed. It is simply transformed from one form...
by Douglas J. Mason, Psy.D. & Michael L. Kohn, Psy.D. We will present medications that have been identified as possibly causing temporary or permanent memory impairment. If you find that you are taking some of these medications, it is best to consult your physician and ask about alternative medications that might be available.
by Nathaniel Altman. Interest in mineral springs developed soon alter European colonists arrived in North America and learned about the many springs held sacred by the Native Americans in what are now Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York. by Nathaniel Altman. Interest in mineral springs developed soon alter European colonists arrived in North America and learned about the many springs held sacred by the Native Americans in what are now Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York.